Programming

PHP Keyword Analyser

This can be used to find out how a site ranks in Google for a keyword. It can access Google search pages to perform a search for a given keyword. […]

PHP vs JSP

In my opinion, developing a Web based application in JSP (Java) is more or less like killing a housefly with a bazooka. Of course you will hit your target, no […]

Zend To Collaborate With Adobe

Original Source Zend.com Zend To Collaborate With Adobe To Accelerate Rich Web Application Development Using PHP and Open Source Flex Framework New Collaboration Combines the Flexibility, Reliability and Productivity of […]

How to implement Tag Clouds in PHP

What are Tag Clouds? In technical terms “Tag cloud” can be defined as visual depiction of user-generated tags (words), used typically to describe the content of that page or the […]

Top 10 PHP Framework Compared

Framework PHP4 PHP5 MVC Multiple DB’s ORM DB Objects Templates Caching Validation Ajax Auth Module Modules Zend Framework – – – – – CakePHP – – Symfony Project – – […]

Is PHP ready for enterprise?

It’s been an interesting few months for Zend, the commercial company behind the open source programming language PHP. In the past few weeks, Zend has teamed up with Rackspace, a […]

Using MVC in PHP Applications.

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture provides a useful three-tier pattern for building software, as MVC patterns decouple the graphical user interface (GUI) from the application logic. That comes in useful when […]

Reduce your exposure to AJAX threats

Three-step guide Fundamentally, there’s nothing terribly new about the problems posed by Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) when it comes to security, we just need to apply some good old […]

Sun make doohickeys open source

A brainchild of Sun Microsystems’ research wing, the Small Programmable Object Technology (Sun SPOT) platform code is now open to Java developers at large. Sun SPOTs are palm-sized battery powered […]

Enterprise search with PHP and Apache Solr

Posted by: Martin Streicher (martin.streicher@gmail.com), Editor in Chief, McClatchy Interactive Discover how to combine an enterprise-worthy search engine — Apache Software Foundation’s Solr — with your PHP application. In “Build […]

Develop multitasking applications with PHP5

PHP5 may not be threaded, but you can create applications that exploit in-process multitasking Many PHP developers believe that because standard PHP lacks threading capabilities, it’s impossible for a practical […]

Academics slam Java

Learn a real language The choice of Java as a first programming language in computer science courses is undermining good programming practice, according to two leading academics. In a withering […]

Google Hacks

Google Hacks is a compilation of carefully crafted Google searches that expose novel functionality from Google’s search and map services. For example, you can use it to view a timeline […]

PHP vs Java vs Ruby

With Sun GPLv2’ing its Java software this week, a lot of focus is on the other open frameworks that have risen during the same era, and their comparative value in […]

Sneak Peek at PHP 6

Taking a look at PHP 6   While most web hosts are still in the PHP 4 era, the PHP developers are already planning and working on PHP 6. Lets […]